Question about Canon CanoScan FB320P Flatbed Scanner
But the scanner is connected and I don't know what a parallel port even is. All the plugs are connected and everything, so I'm confused.
Evening MCRmyFranKIE, A parallel port is commonly known as a printer port or LPT1 port. Before USB ports existed scanners frequently used them to connect to computers. The connector on the PC is typically *D* shaped and contains two rows of 25 pins, about 1 ¾ inches wide. Questions for you: -Are you using that kind of cable or a USB cable? -Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the software following the instructions yet? Once you give us some more information we can continue.
Posted on Jan 18, 2007
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